Crown designed for the Finnish monarch, used since 1940

Crown Prince Kaarle is first in line to the throne.

The line of succession to the Finnish throne is determined by Chapter 5 of the Finnish constitution, originally approved jointly by the Eduskunta and King Charles I in 1919.

In 2000, the succession laws were altered to introduce absolute primogeniture among the grandchildren and further eligible descendants of King Henrik. The Finnish crown had previously descended according to male-preference cognatic primogeniture, meaning that females could only succeed if she has no living brothers and no deceased brothers who left surviving legitimate descendants.

Line of succession[edit | edit source]

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